Before I left for college freshman year, my Dad gave me two words of advice. The first: “You will feel alone sometimes.” And the second: “You need sleep and rest enough.”
Greg Taylor will be traveling again this year to record in studio with World Christian Broadcasting, which sends shortwave radio broadcasts of gospel messages all around the world.
Jacob Taylor served and was served in Honduras at Predisan, a medical mission that follows Jesus who came to “preach and to heal.” The Journey supports Predisan. Read Jacob’s powerful testimony about three weeks that changed his life, when Honduras washed his feet.
In an effort to give encouragement, remain connected, and engage and honor the missionaries The Journey partners with, we want to be a church that sends well. Being sent well is critical to effective ministry on the field, and it begins here with us. Missionary care involves everyone.
It was only after I moved here that I was kind of forced to face that fear of talking to non-christians about my faith, and God has over and over again made it clear that I don’t need to attract people to the Gospel; it does that on it’s own.
Ethnos 360, Papua New Guinea, Aaron and Mandy Arterberry
Dry Bones-Denver, Colorado, Matt and Nikki Wallace